Tuesday, March 5, 2013
David C Cook, March 2013
What is "enough"? What would happen if we gave away our excess food, money, and clutter? Encouraging you to think about your consumer choices differently, Shinabarger helps you see generosity as a chance to experience freedom from greed in a selfish world; and guides you in making small changes now that will have a huge impact later. 224 pages, hardcover from Cook.
Zondervan, February 2013
Who do you think you are? This question may be harder to answer than you think. The world tells us one thing--that we want to be well-known, accomplished, or successful. Our friends and family tell us another--you're a father, a mother, a husband, a wife, a daughter or son. Our own hearts often tells us something else--you're empty, lonely, depressed, vain, or angry, and always will be. While some of these labels may be true, they are not the whole story. They don't reflect the deepest part of ourselves, and answer our questions for purpose and meaning. Only God can tell you who you truly are. Not the world, not your family and friends, not even yourself sometimes. In Altar Ego: Becoming Who God Says You Are, Craig Groeschel believes that we only discover our true identity when we lay down our perceptions of ourselves, and allow Him to tell us who we are. We have a new identity in Christ and once we uncover what that is, our lives will never be the same. Place your false labels and self-deception on the altar of God's truth. It's time to embrace your altar ego and become a living sacrifice, wholly surrendered to God. Are you willing to take the journey?
Joel C. Rosenberg
Tyndale, March 2013
All eyes are on the Middle East. Israel has successfully launched a first strike on Iran, taking out all of their nuclear sites and six of their nuclear warheads-and causing The Twelfth Imam to order a full-scale retaliation. US President William Jackson threatens to support a UN Security Council resolution condemning the Jewish State for unprovoked and unwarranted acts of aggression. Meanwhile, CIA operative David Shirazi has infiltrated the Iranian regime and intercepted information indicating that two Iranian nuclear warheads survived the attack and have been moved to a secure and undisclosed location. In danger not only from the ongoing missile strikes on Iran but also from the increasingly hostile and suspicious governments of multiple countries, David and his team are in a race against time to find the remaining nuclear warheads before disaster strikes.
Howard Books, March 2013
When Ellie and Nolan were kids, they put letters they had written to each other in a metal box, buried it beneath an oak tree, and vowed to return 11 years later. Now Ellie is a poverty-stricken single mom, and Nolan is an NBA star. Will their reunion heal their hearts---and restore their faith?
Provident, March 2013
A dozen time-honored hymns of faith---now reimagined by your favorite artists! Includes "I Surrender All (All to Jesus)" (Casting Crowns); "Be Still, My Soul (In You I Rest)" (Kari Jobe); "Jesus Paid It All" (Newsboys); "It Is Well (O My Soul)" (Brandon Heath); "Blessed Assurance" (Matthew West); "Cornerstone" (Hillsong Live); "Turn Your Eyes upon Jesus" (Nichole Nordeman); and more.
Need You Now CD
Curb Records, February 2013
Delivering the signature sound she's known for, Plumb offers her infectious artistry in praise of God's faithfulness. Her upbeat lyrical witness to his providence and grace includes "Invisible," "Drifting," "One Drop," "I Want You Here," "Say Your Name," "Unlovable," "Chocolate & Ice Cream," "I Don't Deserve You," "Cage," "At Arm's Length," and the chart-topping title track.
Big Idea Productions, March 2013
When three little pigs stroll into town looking for building contractors, they meet one with a plan---and two without a clue. Larry builds with hay and Mr. Lunt with bricks. Only Bob follows plans from the Master Builder's Handbook. Whom will the piglets choose to construct their homes? Plus, a bonus story reveals what happened before Humpty cracked! Approx. 45 minutes. Closed-captioned.